In hospitals and clinics, there are people who, among other thing, take X-rays, MRIs, CAT-scans, and ultrasounds. And there are those who repair that same equipment. There are also people who work in research laboratories, veterinary offices, and dental and ophthalmology offices. All of these people work in the field of medical technology. Readers will get a detailed description of some of these jobs as well as a selection of in-depth personal interviews with people who are currently employed in the industry. They will find out what education they'll need, how to find a job, and how to climb the health-care ladder as a medical technology professional.For most states, the entry-level requirement for a diagnostic medical technician is a two-year associatea#39;s degree or a ... Many colleges and universities have programs for both associatea#39;s and bachelora#39;s degrees in sonography. nurses can even ... Instead of using sonar technology to do this, however, the nuclear medicine technologist uses radioactive materials ... The purpose of the radioactive materials is to make abnormal areas of the body, such as tumors, appear distinct from theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Jump-Starting a Career in Medical Technology|
|Author||:||Amie Jane Leavitt|
|Publisher||:||The Rosen Publishing Group - 2013-12-15|